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Ecuador loses in the premiere of Sánchez Bas on the bench

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Ecuador loses in the premiere of Sánchez Bas on the bench

The defensive errors that facilitated Australia’s goals and the lack of success against the opposite goal, accentuated by the absence of the striker Enner Valenciadamaged in the right knee, marred the start of the new era of the Ecuadorian team, with the Spanish Felix Sanchez Bas on the bench, when she was surpassed in her first trial, in the Sydney friendly (3-1).

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The debut of the Barcelonan Felix Sánchez Bas with the Ecuadorian team in the first appearance on a pitch after Qatar 2022 was not satisfactory. In the World Cup, both Ecuador and its new coach ended their respective careers. La Tri with the elimination in the group stage closed the cycle of Gustavo Alfaro. Sanchez Bas He left behind his stage as head of the host team.

Lack of filming in Ecuador

Lack of filming in Ecuador, who had the ball for a large part of the game but not the forcefulness. Australia gave the feeling of being more done and better handling the key situations of the match. In addition, for the Tri, in its new stage, the absence of Valencia is not a minor issue. The Fenerbahçe attacker It is the main guarantee against the goal of his team, which started with enthusiasm but without determination.

Before the quarter of an hour, Jose Adoni Cifuentes put the local goal to the test Matthew Ryan, who prevented Ecuador’s goal. Australia, however, did not waste the first one they had.

australia is moving forward

It was then, in a lateral free kick, from the left that he executed Craig Goodwin to the far post. she picked it up Michael Duke, changed orientation and Jackson Irvine exposed the visitor’s defense to overcome moises ramirez and put Australia ahead.

Ecuador reacts

Ecuador responded with pride, waking up and managing to equalize eleven minutes later. The goal was also born from a set piece that he executed Angel Mena and that he rejected an ocean defender. Jeremy Sarmiento, attentive, recovered the ball, circulated and sent an accurate aerial cross to the area that he took advantage of Felix Torres to, headlong, take it to the network.

Australia regains the lead

The duel regained its balance. Until half an hour, when Australia brought up the work on the pressure that caused a rude error from the Ecuadorian defense. An indecision in the exit of the ball Moisés Caicedo and Piero Hincapie, rushed by the threat of their rivals, he took the ball to Jackson Irvine, who sent it to Awer Mabil, who executed, from close up, a powerful kick that was impossible for Ramírez.

Australia reached the break with an advantage and also with the feeling that they could have sealed the match if the goalkeeper from La Tri, minutes later, had not guessed the shot from Michael Duke.

Ecuador faced the second half better. Caicedo was able to tie with a great volley in the front that Ryan undid, although in the final stretch harry souttar he had the third for Graham Arnold’s box in hand.

kuol judgment

A good individual action by Alexander Alvarado encouraged Sánchez Bas’s team, which completely sank with six from the end, when Garang Kuol, after receiving a ball from Aziz Behich on a counter-attack, he scored again for Australia, the final goal.

The attempt to amend the situation did not continue. The changes interrupted the rhythm of a duel marked by the oceanic dominance and the lack of order of the Tri, still in full adaptation to its new era.





Australia: Mathew Ryan; Milos Degenek, Harry Souttar, Kye Rowles, Aziz Behich; Awer Mabil (Garang Kuol, m.78), Keanu Baccus (Alex Robertson, m.63), Aiden O’Neill, Craig Goodwin (Marco Tilio, m.78); Mitchell Duke (Brandon Borrello, m.63) and Jackson Irvine (Connor Metcalfe, m.90).

Ecuador: Moises Ramirez; Angelo Preciado (Xavier Arreaga, m.69), Félix Torres, Piero Hincapie, Pervis Estupiñán; Jhegson Méndez, Moisés Caicedo, Jose Adoni Cifuentes Charcopa, Angel Mena (Junior Somoza, m.69), Jeremy Sarmiento (Alexander Alvarado, m.30) and Michael Estrada (Kevin Rodríguez, m.69).

Goals: 1-0, m.12: Jackson Irvine; 1-1, m.23: Felix Torres; 2-1, m.32: Awer Mabil; 3-1, m.84: Garang Kuol

Referee: Dae Yong Kim (KOR). He showed a yellow card to Aziz Behich.

Incidents: international friendly match played at the CommBank stadium in Sydney.

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